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PLT.1.1 Additional Sources
PLT.1.2 Who Should Read This Specification
PLT.1.3 API Reference
PLT.1.4 Other Java™ Platform Specifications
PLT.1.5 Other Important References
PLT.1.6 Terminology
PLT.1.7 Providing Feedback
PLT.1.8 Acknowledgements
PLT.2.1 What is a Portal?
PLT.2.2 What is a Portlet?
PLT.2.3 What is a Portlet Container?
PLT.2.4 An Example
PLT.2.5 Relationship with Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition
Relationship with the Servlet Specification
PLT.3.1 Bridging from Portlets to Servlets/JSPs
PLT.3.2 Relationship Between the Servlet Container and the
PLT.4.1 Elements of a Portal Page
PLT.4.2 Portal Page Creation
PLT.4.3 Portal Page Request Sequence
PLT.5.1 Number of Portlet Instances
PLT.5.2 Portlet Life Cycle
PLT.5.2.1 Loading and Instantiation
PLT.5.2.2 Initialization
PLT.5.2.3 Portlet Window
PLT.5.2.4 Request Handling
PLT.5.2.5 End of Service
PLT.6.1 Initialization Parameters
PLT.6.2 Portlet Resource Bundle
PLT.7.1 PortletURL
PLT.7.1.1 Including a Portlet Mode or a Window State
PLT.7.1.2 Portlet URL security
PLT.8.1 VIEW Portlet Mode
PLT.8.2 EDIT Portlet Mode
PLT.8.3 HELP Portlet Mode
PLT.8.4 Custom Portlet Modes
PLT.8.5 GenericPortlet Render Handling
PLT.8.6 Defining Portlet Modes Support
PLT.9.1 NORMAL Window State
PLT.9.2 MAXIMIZED Window State
PLT.9.3 MINIMIZED Window State
PLT.9.4 Custom Window States
PLT.10.1 Scope of the Portlet Context
PLT.10.2 Portlet Context functionality
PLT.10.3 Relationship with the Servlet Context
PLT.10.3.1 Correspondence between ServletContext and PortletContext methods
PLT.11.1 PortletRequest Interface
PLT.11.1.1 Request Parameters
PLT.11.1.2 Extra Request Parameters
PLT.11.1.3 Request Attributes
PLT.11.1.4 Request Properties
PLT.11.1.5 Request Context Path
PLT.11.1.6 Security Attributes
PLT.11.1.7 Response Content Types
PLT.11.1.8 Internationalization
PLT.11.1.9 Portlet Mode
PLT.11.1.10 Window State
PLT.11.2 ActionRequest Interface
PLT.11.2.1 Retrieving Uploaded Data
PLT.11.3 RenderRequest Interface
PLT.11.4 Lifetime of the Request Objects
PLT.12.1 PortletResponse Interface
PLT.12.1.1 Response Properties
PLT.12.1.2 Encoding of URLs
PLT.12.2 ActionResponse Interface
PLT.12.2.1 Redirections
PLT.12.2.2 Portlet Modes and Window State Changes
PLT.12.2.3 Render Parameters
PLT.12.3 RenderResponse Interface
PLT.12.3.1 Content Type
PLT.12.3.2 Output Stream and Writer Objects
PLT.12.3.3 Buffering
PLT.12.3.4 Namespace encoding
PLT.12.3.5 Portlet Title
PLT.12.4 Lifetime of Response Objects
PLT.14.1 PortletPreferences Interface
PLT.14.2 Preference Attributes Scopes
PLT.14.3 Preference Attributes definition
PLT.14.3.1 Localizing Preference Attributes
PLT.14.4 Validating Preference values
PLT.15.1 Creating a Session
PLT.15.8 Important Session Semantics
Dispatching Requests to Servlets and JSPs
PLT.16.1 Obtaining a PortletRequestDispatcher
PLT.16.1.1 Query Strings in Request Dispatcher Paths
PLT.16.2 Using a Request Dispatcher
PLT.16.3 The Include Method
PLT.16.3.1 Included Request Parameters
PLT.16.3.2 Included Request Attributes
PLT.16.3.3 Request and Response objects for Included Servlets/JSPs
PLT.16.3.4 Error Handling
PLT.17.1 Defining User Attributes
PLT.17.2 Accessing User Attributes
PLT.17.3 Important Note on User Information
PLT.18.1 Expiration Cache
PLT.19.1 Relationship with Web Applications
PLT.19.2 Relationship to PortletContext
PLT.19.3 Elements of a Portlet Application
PLT.19.4 Directory Structure
PLT.19.5 Portlet Application Classloader
PLT.19.6 Portlet Application Archive File
PLT.19.7 Portlet Application Deployment Descriptor
PLT.19.8 Replacing a Portlet Application
PLT.19.9 Error Handling
PLT.19.10 Portlet Application Environment
PLT.20.1 Introduction
PLT.20.2 Roles
PLT.20.3 Programmatic Security
PLT.20.4 Specifying Security Constraints
PLT.20.5 Propagation of Security Identity in EJBTM
Packaging and Deployment Descriptor
PLT.21.1 Portlet and Web Application Deployment Descriptor
PLT.21.2 Packaging
PLT.21.2.1 Example Directory Structure
PLT.21.2.2 Version Information
PLT.21.3 Portlet Deployment Descriptor Elements
PLT.21.4 Rules for processing the Portlet Deployment Descriptor
PLT.21.5 Deployment Descriptor
PLT.21.6 Pictures of the structure of a Deployment Descriptor
PLT.21.7 Uniqueness of Deployment Descriptor Values
PLT.21.8 Localization
PLT.21.8.1 Localization of Deployment Descriptor Values
PLT.21.8.2 Locales Supported by the Portlet
PLT.21.9 Deployment Descriptor Example
PLT.21.10 Resource Bundles
PLT.21.11 Resource Bundle Example
PLT.22.1 defineObjects Tag
PLT.22.2 actionURL Tag
PLT.22.3 renderURL Tag
PLT.22.4 namespace Tag
PLT.23.1 TCK Test Components
PLT.23.2 TCK Requirements
PLT.23.2.1 Declarative configuration of the portal page for a TCK test
PLT.23.2.2 Programmatic configuration of the portal page for a test
PLT.23.2.3 Test Portlets Content
PLT.23.2.4 Test Cases that Require User Identity
User Information Attribute Names
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